Publications

REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS

• Hill, L, Hinderliter, A., McNeilly, M, Anderson, N.B., Blumenthal, J. (in press). The impact of racial discrimination and hostility on adrenergic receptor responsiveness in African Americans. Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine: Journal of Biobehavioral Medicine.

• Vines. AI, Baird DD, Stevens J, Hertz-Picciotto I, Light KC, McNeilly M. (2007). Associations of abdominal fat with perceived racism and passive emotional responses to racism in African American women. Am J Public Health. Mar;97(3):526-30. Epub, Jan 31.

• Vines AI, Baird DD, McNeilly M, Hertz-Picciotto I, Light KC, Stevens J. (2006). Socail correlates of the chronic stress of perceived racism among Black women. Ethn Dis. Winter;16(1):101-7.

• Steinhauser, K. E., Clipp, E. C., Bosworth, H. D., McNeilly, M., Christakis, N. A., Voils, C. I., Tulsky, J. A. (2004). Measuring quality of Life at the End of Life: Validation of the QUAL-E. Palliative and Supportive Care, Vol .2 (2):3-14.

• Steffen PR, McNeilly M, Anderson N, Sherwood A. (2003). Effects of perceived racism and anger inhibition on ambulatory blood pressure in African Americans. Psychosom Med., Sep-Oct;65(5):746-50

• Arredondo, E.M., Pollak, K.I., Costanzo, P., McNeilly, M., Myers, E. (2003). Primary care resident’s characteristics and motives for providing differential medical treatment of cervical cancer screening. Journal of the National Medical Association, 95(7):576-84.

• Arredondo EM, Pollak KI, Costanzo P, McNeilly M, Myers E. (2003). Primary care residents’ characteristics and motive for providing differential medical treatment of cervical cancer screening. J Natl Med Assoc., Jul;95(7):576-84.

• Steinhauser KE, Bosworth HB, Clipp EC, McNeilly M, Christakis NA, Parker J, Tulsky JA. (2002). Initial assessment of a new instrument to measure quality of life at the end of life. J Palliat Med., Dec;5(6):829-41.

• Steinhauser, KE; Bosworth, HB; Clipp, EC; McNeilly, M; Christakis, NA; Parker, J; Tulsky, JA. (2002). Initial assessment of a new instrument to measure quality of life at the end of life. Journal of Palliative Medicine. 5:829-841.

• Pollak KI, Arredondo EM, Yarnall KS, Lipkus I, Myers E, McNeilly M, Costanzo P. (2002). Influence of stereotyping in smoking cessation counseling by primary care residents. Ethn Dis., Fall;12(4):578-85.

• Vines, A. I., McNeilly, M. D., Stevens, J., Hertz-Picciotto, I., Bohlig, M., Baird, D. D. (2001) Development and Reliability of a Telephone-Administered Perceived Racism Scale (TPRS): A Tool for Epidemiological Use. Ethnicity and Disease 2001; 11:251-262

• Pollak, K. I., Arredondo, E. M., Yarnall, K. S. H., Lipkus, I., Myers, E., McNeilly, M., and Constanzo, P. (2001). How do residents prioritize smoking cessation for young “high-risk” women? Factors associated with addressing smoking cessation. Preventive Medicine, 33(4):292-9.

• Steinhauser, KE; Christakis, NA; Clipp, EC; McNeilly, M; Grambow, S; Parker, J; Tulsky, JA. (2001). Preparing for the end of life: preferences of patients, families, physicians, and other care providers. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. 22:727-737.

• Steinhauser, KE; Christakis, NA; Clipp, EC; McNeilly, M; McIntyre, L; Tulsky, JA. (2000). Factors considered important at the end of life by patients, family, physicians, and other care providers. JAMA : the journal of the American Medical Association. 284:2476-2482.

• Steinhauser, K. E., Christakis, N.A, Clipp, E.C., McNeilly, M., McIntyre, L.M., Tulsky, J.A. (2000). Constructing a good death: Results of a national survey of patients, family members, and health care providers. Journal of the American Medical Association, 95 (7), 577-585.

• Steinhauser, K. E., Clipp, E.C., McNeilly, M., Christakis, N.A., McIntyre, L.M., Tulsky, J.A. (2000). In search of a good death: Observations of patients, families, and providers. Annals of Internal Medicine, 132, 825- 832

• McNeilly, M., McNeilly, E., Collado, S., Lein, B., Uribe, L. (1997). Issues facing Latino immigrant communities and their resident communities: A culturally sensitive, community-building model. The Community Psychologist, 30, (3), 24-25.

• McNeilly, M, Robinson, E.L., Anderson, N.B., Pieper, C.F., Shah, A., Toth, P.S., Martin, P., Jackson, D., Saulter, T.D., White, C., Kuchibathla, M., Collado, S.M., & Gerin, W. (1996). Effects of racist provocation and social support on cardiovascular reactivity in African American women. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 2 (4), 321-338.

• McNeilly, M., Anderson, N.B., Armstead, C.A., Clark, R., Corbett, M.O., Robinson, E.L., Pieper, C.F., & Lepisto, E.M. (1996). The Perceived Racism Scale: A multidimensional assessment of the perception of White racism among African Americans. Special Issue: Racism and Health Ethnicity and Disease, 6, 154-166.

• McNeilly, M., Anderson, N.B., Robinson, E.F., McManus, C.F., Armstead, C.A., Clark, R., Pieper, C.F., Simons, C., & Saulter, T.D. (1996). The convergent, discriminant, and concurrent criterion validity of the perceived racism scale: A multidimensional assessment of White racism among African Americans. In R.L. Jones (Ed.), Handbook of tests and measurements for Black populations. Richmond, CA: Cobb and Henry, Publishers, 359-374.

• McNeilly, M., & Anderson, N.B. (1996). Physiologic responses to stress in the elderly. P.E. Ruskin & J.A. Talbott (Eds.), Posttraumatic stress disorder in the elderly. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press, Inc.

• Anderson, N.B., McNeilly, M., Armstead, C.A., Clark, R., Pieper, C.F. (1996). Assessing cardiovascular reactivity to stress: A methodological overview. Ethnicity and Disease, 3, (Supplement), S29-S37.

• Anderson, N.B., & McNeilly, M. (1993). Black-White differences in autonomic nervous system reactivity: Toward a contextual model. In J.C.S. Fray & J. Douglas (Eds.), Pathophysiology of hypertension in Blacks (107-139). New York: Oxford University Press.

• Anderson, N.B., & McNeilly, M. (1993). Toward understanding race differences in reactivity: A proposed contextual model. In R. Turner, A. Sherwood & K.C. Light (Eds.), Individual differences in cardiovascular responses to stress (125-145). New York: Plenum Press.

• Durel, L.A., Kus, L.A., Anderson, N.B., McNeilly, M., Llabre, M.M., Spitzer, S., Saab, P.G., Efland, J., Williams. R.B., & Schneiderman, N. (1993). Patterns of stability of cardiovascular response to variations of the cold pressor test. Psychophysiology, 30, 39-46.

• Anderson, N.B., McNeilly, M., & Myers, H.F. ( 1993). A biopsychosocial model of race differences in vascular reactivity. In J.J. Blascovich and E.S. Katkin (Eds.), Cardiovascular reactivity to psychological stress and disease (83-108). Washington, DC: APA Books.

• Anderson, N.B., McNeilly, M., & Myers, H.F. (1993). Race and cardiovascular reactivity. In W.D. Gentry, S.J. Julius & E.H. Johnson (Eds.), Personality, elevated blood pressure, and essential hypertension (197-211). New York: Hemisphere Publishing Corporation.

• McNeilly, M. (1992). Novel perspectives on health and cardiovascular disease. [Review of Perspectives in behavioral medicine: Behavioral aspects of cardiovascular disease]. Contemporary Psychology, 37, 641.

• Anderson, N.B., & McNeilly, M. (1991). Age, gender, and race variables in psychophysiological assessment. Sociodemographics in context. Journal of Clinical and Consulting Psychology, 3, 376-384.

• Anderson, N.B., McNeilly, M., & Myers, H.F. (1991). Autonomic reactivity and hypertension in Blacks: A review and proposed model. Ethnicity and Disease, 1, 154-170.

• McNeilly, M., & Zeichner, A. (1989). Neuropeptide and cardiovascular responses to intravenous catheterization in normotensive and hypertensive Blacks and Whites. Health Psychology, 8, 487-501.

• McCubbin, J.A., Surwit, R.S., Williams, R.B., Nemeroff, C.B., & McNeilly, M. (1989). Altered pituitary hormone response to naloxone in hypertension development. Hypertension, 14, 636-644.

• DeMello, J.J., Cureton, K.J., Boineau, R.E., & McNeilly Singh, M. (1987). Ratings of perceived exertion at the lactate threshold in trained and untrained men and women. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 19, 354-362.

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